Lewisburg are a four piece dark country band from North London made up of Ali Robertson on Lead Guitar/Vocals, Julien Baraness on Lead guitar, Alessandro Taglione on Bass and Adrien Latge on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their double A-side Tracks ‘Clear the Air’ and ‘Wasted’ which were released earlier this year.
‘Clear the Air’ has a nice measured intro, that’s not heavy on any one instrument, it’s consistent and calm, and supports the vocals very well. For a track called ‘Clear the Air’ it does a great job of being atmospheric, it just provides this enjoyable undertone of music, that’s well paced and is what I think of as mood music. Just the kind of track that you can sit back and enjoy and it just raises your mood, elevates whatever you’re experiencing.
‘Wasted’ opens with an acoustic guitar, and instantly this track is different from the last one, this has a more deliberate intent and feeling behind it, and they really manage to express something clear throughout the track. Adding to that is an incredibly engaging and soothing melody that just flows throughout the song. I think of the two tracks I like this one the most but both are strong examples of what Lewisburg are capable of doing.
So that’s what I thought of Lewisburg and their tracks ‘Clear the Air’ and ‘Wasted’ and if you want to check that out then visit their Soundcloud. Also make sure and follow the band on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with them.
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